Siouxsie and the Banshees were always one of the most enigmatic bands to come out of the punk movement. They were about the last of the London bands to get a record deal, and they only really stayed with the punk theme for the first 2 albums.
This isn't quite the classic that 'Once Upon a Time' was, but it still has some great tracks on it. From the shoe-staring deliberate 'Melt' through the studio-perfect 'Cities in Dust' and on to the fantastic dance-beats of 'Kiss them for Me' this album shows a band evolving at a rate that few others could match.
There are a couple of down points though, like the over-orchestrated 'Dazzle' and a couple of other weak tracks, but overall a damn-good album.